If there have been any doubts as to the whereabouts of Trigmatic with regards to his music career, his gigs this past weekend has most certainly addressed it.
From the sold out show in memory of Kwame Nkrumah at +233 Jazz Bar and Grill, to his energetic sets at Adekunle Gold’s concert and Osibisa’s Sol Amatefios 80th anniversary celebration – there’s absolutely no doubt that Trig is a top tier entertainer and musician for that matter.
If you’ve been to any of these concerts I’m sure you’ve taken note of his upscale in performances these past few months. From that 2 hour set at Republic bar to the EMY awards and the above mentioned concerts, he’s got his long time fans and new followers singing the piercing chorus to his new song ‘Where We Dey Go’.
With the rate at which he’s killing these stage performances its safe to say Trig never really left. He’s out to make more than just a statement. From his set list, it’s obvious he’s out to make a big purposeful impact across this continent. His new single ‘Something Dey’ comes out in just a few week.
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